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12-18-2010 09:58 AM
fredericp64 bump

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12-17-2010 10:07 PM
BurtonAvenger
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Originally Posted by SilverSurfer View Post
BA you are such a douche. Really, nobody cares how long you have kept your minimum wage job for the love of the sport.
If you weren’t such a prick with bad grammar your lame website could maybe generate a little revenue. But you continue to be the insecure prick who knows everything about a sport that you have never competed in and belittles anyone who says otherwise.
So, please continue with your internet tough guy-know it all routine. Its funny and sad all at the same time.
HAHAHA oh so you have to compete to know anything about snowboarding? You're so far off on this statement it's priceless.

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Originally Posted by SilverSurfer View Post
To say the eastcoast is 5 years behind is very naive.
BA really is a dumbass. Hey BA there's this new thing called the internet.
That is a standard shop kid answer, because they know their job days at a brick and mortar store are numbered.
Oh so that's what this thing is called? Once again stupid statements from someone that doesn't know what's up with snowboarding.

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Originally Posted by HouseMuzik View Post
I'm done arguing with this dumbass. He has absolutely no clue... lol
You're done because you have no comeback because it's been shoved back in your face. So take that small mind of yours and peddle back off to bumfuck egypt.
12-17-2010 07:19 PM
LTManiac First snowboard I bought was a Rossi Circuit. It was a pretty good beginner board, but I've since upgraded to the NS SL.

The circuit felt a little flimsy and had tons of chatter. I didn't feel confident bombing down a hill with it. But for all other purposes, I would think it was a good beginner board.
12-17-2010 02:25 PM
HouseMuzik I'm done arguing with this dumbass. He has absolutely no clue... lol
12-17-2010 01:25 PM
AdrenalinPlease
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Originally Posted by fredericp64 View Post
EXACTLY ahahaha
^THIS!!!
12-17-2010 11:31 AM
fredericp64
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Originally Posted by dksmith17 View Post
EXACTLY ahahaha
12-17-2010 11:17 AM
ChuChu
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Originally Posted by SilverSurfer View Post
BA you are such a douche. Really, nobody cares how long you have kept your minimum wage job for the love of the sport.
If you weren’t such a prick with bad grammar your lame website could maybe generate a little revenue. But you continue to be the insecure prick who knows everything about a sport that you have never competed in and belittles anyone who says otherwise.
So, please continue with your internet tough guy-know it all routine. Its funny and sad all at the same time.
While his delivery is often lacking, the content of his posts and his blog are pretty accurate and he does have a point here: Seems like a lot of snowboarders have an irrational hate on for any gear associated with a ski company.
12-17-2010 11:14 AM
abadidol
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Originally Posted by SilverSurfer View Post
That is a standard shop kid answer, because they know their job days at a brick and mortar store are numbered.
Which I am very sad about. There is something to be said about getting first hand information from a great shop sales person. Someone who has not only dedicated themselves to the sport but has ridden half of the boards and the shop and can tell you first hand, "it feels like this", "this technique works well", "it turns like this", instead of just listing features off a fact sheet.
12-17-2010 11:02 AM
dksmith17
12-17-2010 10:59 AM
SilverSurfer
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Originally Posted by abadidol View Post
And to be so dismissive of the East Coast and how Europe does everything right is silly. The East Coast always has been and still is very important to the sport.

BTW, I can piss this far....
To say the eastcoast is 5 years behind is very naive.
BA really is a dumbass. Hey BA there's this new thing called the internet.
That is a standard shop kid answer, because they know their job days at a brick and mortar store are numbered.
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